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Invigorated by his delightful foreign trip, Dr. Talmage now resumed his labours with happy heart and effervescing zeal.
T. DE WITT TALMAGET. DE WITT TALMAGE
He found an ewer and basin, and his ablutions refreshed and invigorated him.
Invigorated by their gluttonous repast, most of them consented to return.
No misfortune could damp his ardour, his was one of those great spirits which seem only invigorated by trouble and disasters.
In doing this she reaped the natural advantage of being herself both warmed and invigorated.
THE COXSWAIN'S BRIDER.M. BALLANTYNE
By a course of ethical training a young person will, in my view, much more probably become demoralized than invigorated.
THE TEACHERGEORGE HERBERT PALMER
The horses, too, invigorated by abundant food, carried higher heads and pulled with firmer tread.
At one o'clock the wind suddenly lulled, and the weary men fell asleep and woke at daybreak, refreshed and invigorated.
The news of this success must have invigorated the army under Charlemagne.
Whereupon, refreshed and invigorated, Wat proceeded to reconnoitre.
LOCHINVARS. R. CROCKETT

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